Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Extreme tour all over Russia, from Moscow to Vladivostok. The Far Eastern part.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

The biggest head of Lenin is in Ulan-Ude. It is 8 m high and it has Buryat slant of palpebral fissures.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Ivolginsky Datsan

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Datsan was started to be built in 1945.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Beautiful doors

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

In the end of the road M55 “Baikal” that is called the most beautiful road of Russia for some reason. Hardly it really is.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Chita

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Proper vehicles for moving along Tansbaikal

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Chita-Khabarovsk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

2 000 km of road romance in taiga. Notes of long-distance truck drivers.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Border of Siberia and the Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Khabarovsk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Steam generator with a fire hose serving as a pulley wheel (Skovorodino)

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Aliens met on the way

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Hero city Blagoveschensk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

In Khabarovsk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Heihe, Chine is opposite to Blagoveschensk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Batmobile in Blagoveschensk

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Cool retro vending machine with a Chinese display

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Weird architecture

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

M58 road

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

That column on the bill was shopped!!!

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Khabarovsk is a nice city. Clean, with wide streets and sidewalks.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

People have nice places to walk along. The embankment has been recently repaired.

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Border ship is standing guard! What if someone decides to swim to China?

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

The streets are hilly..

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

The third highest temple in Russia. Divine service can be heard from loudspeakers!

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Not so hospitable Vladivostok

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

In a Chinese restaurant

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

“Pee but not poo!”

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Vladivostok lighthouse

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

“Long live Soviet Union!”

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Wonderful sea

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Local landscapes

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

They say here is a 70W bulb that costs 2,5 million rubles (83 000 USD)

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Bridge over Zolotoy Rog

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

The best city view

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Bridge to Russkiy Island

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8 thoughts on “Travelling Along the Russian Far East”

    • There is a video on Youtube. Narrow gravel road with small rusty barbed wire fence and iron gate and a single bored guard. Barely anything happens there.

  1. Amazing pictures. You can see the complete contrast of the two nations which also happens to be side by side. In addition, they are political allies. Anyway, I think you has an amazing trip, and thanks for sharing it to us.

  2. whats up with the filter it looks like 70s but its not as you can see on the new bridge in valdovostock?? you make this on porpoise why??

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